And where did she try this out? At the Renaissance Hotel in Aix en Provence. The result. She knew what she was going to specialize in, in her fifth year.
Seven months later, she graduated, became a Vatelien and was hired as the Revenue Analyst for the Lavorel Hotels Group,for its eight hotels in France.
“It’s a challenging job where we work with all the departments in a hotel. My role is to optimize all the income generated from each hotel in the group.
There’s a lot of computer work in my job and you must be at ease working with numbers. Working with the Lavorel Hotels Group is a a fantastic opportunity for me.
It’s a group that is expanding quickly. I learn something new every day and that’s another thing I like about this line of work. It’s become a passion for me.”
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